- January is the first month of the year.
- The spring equinox usually falls in March or April.
- In the United States, Thanksgiving is celebrated in November.
- December is a month of festivities and celebrations.
- August is usually the hottest month of the year in many parts of the world.
- The word "February" is spelled with two "r"s and ounced as "feb-roo-ary".
- The "-ber" suffix in the months September, October, November and December is ounced as "-ber" and not "-ember".
- The vowel sound in the first syllable of "June" and "July" is different from the vowel sound in "January" and "February".
- "April" and "May" are both spelled with a single consonant and ounced with a long vowel sound in the first syllable.
- "March" is spelled with a "ch" but ounced with a "k" sound at the end.
- In English, we use the preposition "in" to talk about months: "I was born in September."
- The expression "the dog days of summer" refers to the hot and humid period of July and August.
- The idiom "to have a May/June wedding" means to get married in the months of May or June.
- The phrase "April showers bring May flowers" is a common saying that refers to the seasonal change from spring to summer.
- The sentence "I'm looking forward to Christmas in December" uses the present continuous tense to express antition of a future event.